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>> i'm thrilled to be back at liberty university. congratulations to the class of 2017. the fact is no one has ever achieved anything significant without credit. nothing is easier or more pathetic than being a critic. >> the fbi visited the department for interviews today. >> is there a many people that are very well known. highest level. >> north korea appears to have
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done it again. >> the apparently testfired early sunday morning from the province in the western part of the country. >> china, japan, north korea, all these different things. >> forget about that. we've got a guy here that's very tough, very smart and he runs america. >> can you just do this full time? >> i would also like to ask that question. >> liar liar, pants on fire. ♪ anna: a wonderful morning here in new york city. pete: if you're waking up right now in now and you forgotten, guess what. anna: we are here to remind you. get some wonderful flowers.
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anna: they smell so good in here. in good hands today. pete: did you guys all day yes? >> friday went to drop my card in the mail. she sent a note you're late. i said i know. it was very funny. anna: is going to get there? >> will see. abby: jam pack show this morning. president track moving quickly to nominate a new fbi terror. abby: the department of justice holding interviews while james comey holds his first public appearance. allison lives. reporter: good morning. the attorney general and deputy attorney general interviewed 18 candidates yesterday in a source described the meeting and subsequent discussions with
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great candidates. most of the candidates are right and left department of justice without commenting. president trump says his administration is on the right track. >> these are outstanding people very well known. highest level. abby: they interviewed d.c. at the doj. atlas fisher, former assistant attorney general. andrew mccain, acting fbi director, adam lay comes ashley cheng charged it to get the richmond office. john corning, judge michael jay garcia of the new york court of appeals. judge henry hudson at the eastern district of virginia. fran townsend, former homeland security adviser to george w. bush and former representative mike rogers who is a former fbi agent and endorsed by the fbi agents association.
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as for the man who held this position less than a week ago, he and his wife went to see the musical here in d.c. it's really his first outing since the firing. back to you. abby: one of the hardest working women in television. i was watching her last night as well. clayton: resolve the last 24 hours the media melting down about the firing of james comey. it's unconstitutional. pete: this is unprecedented. never seen this before amnesty go back go back to the clinton era. dan rather, the father of fake news lefty cbs job as a result of that, wrote the spirit future generations where today's one of the truly dark days in american history that may soon take an even more ominous turn. abby: was he referring directly to james comey or in general? >> media is absolutely out of
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control. whether you had comey on top of russia or everything else. is he the guy was fired because he wasn't doing his job well. it's supposed to be out of control. >> dan rather at the beginning of his career was covering the jfk assassination. watching them unfold. the assassination of our president comparing what happened with comey. it's ridiculous. abby: the best place to see this hypocrisy and delete the media is treating members of the tribe administration is on the show. one is on the sunday show, "meet the press" today. sitting down with secretary of state racks tillerson. listen to the questions asked and how he does ask. >> is the firing of fbi director comey shape your concern about whether how much independence
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the president will give you? >> not at all, chat. adequate relationship with the president. i understand it is subject to solar. we talk about it. but i am devoted to helping the president achieved this subject is come helping them be successful. i understand they have tremendous confidence every day. >> with the line between service to the president of the country? >> will never compromise my own values. that's my only line. my values are those in the country. pete: jumping on this idea that there's about to be his shakeup in the white house. are you fearful of your job because the president seems impetuous? abby: is clearly trying to cause drama between the secretary of state and the president. but i'm shocked about in the seat as the seat as you are at the secretaries tape in one of the most important people today. a few things going on in the world. such a short period of time to ask serious important questions
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that the american people want to hear right now. those are the questions you ask him? pete: effectively insinuating with the trumpet for the constitution? are you more loyal to him and willing to commit treason to cover-up? president trump asks you trump asks you to do something illegal, will you do it? that's what he's asking of the secretary of state out there doing all things in the world. the insinuation is this president is unhinged, not following the constitution. we follow him in that direction? it's unbelievable how much the media's discrediting itself. abby: not just the media. a lot of liberals out there. it's commencement time. a lot of people are out giving speeches can the senate college students off into the room or a talking about it will be unhinged. sun has come out in the commencement speeches. listen to this advice. >> i'm trying to keep this a political, i can't help myself.
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the principles that no one in this country is above the law and we need a justice department , not an obstruction of justice department. >> whether we are talking about economic justice, talking about social justice, racial justice for global warming, if there is ever a time in history for a generation to be pulled into think they, to stand up into five.come in now is that time. >> in the world needs you right now. the struggle is real out there. >> go out there. get in the way. get in trouble and make some noise. [cheers and applause] >> get in the way. resist, persists. president trump at liberty university.
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in front of 38,000 people in lynchburg, virginia. here's a snapchat of trump's address. 7000 graduates. the sin. >> never, ever give up. there will be times in your life you want to play. you want to go home. perhaps a wonderful mother sitting back and watching you saying mom, i can't do it. go.com and tell mom, dad, i can do it. i will do it. >> the fact is no one has ever achieved anything significant without critics standing on the sidelines six leaning by it can't be done. nothing is easier or more pathetic than being a critic. people that can't get the job done. but the future belongs to the dreamers, not to the critics. pete: sounds a lot like the doer
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of deeds could have done the better. actually in the arena. i wrote a book about it. >> the echoes of that is he saying you can hate all you want to criticize all you want. i'm trying to save this country that's what i'm committed to. >> my dad always told me you know you're doing something that would people are criticizing it. when you go home to mom, you tell her i could do it. i love that. especially for mother's day. >> would let some photos of the above. starting with the fox news alert and tensions are rising between the u.s. and north korea this morning. the white house urgently calling for tougher sanctions after north korea fires another missile. the white house released a statement speculating russia's response say that the missile impacting so close to russia's soil and japan, the president
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cannot imagine that russia is pleased reaching an unusually high altitude indicated in a type of missile. yikes. researchers stop the spread of malicious cyberattack after activating a software kill switch one of the attacks are far from over. the 22-year-old researcher for the hackers have no reason to stop and could strike again even as soon as tomorrow. nearly 100 countries racing to recover from the virus which took control of users demanding ransom. copeland says in the upcoming meeting with president trump promising not to judge before they too have been made, telling reporters to look for some common ground in their meeting. the pontiff saying he wants to find doors that are at least a bit of paint. two leaders meet on when day. take a look at this. a pilot three car wreck at the speedway after joey locarno descending into the defense.
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and the impact of two straight into the air as they could extract from the car. he was airlifted to stable condition this morning. train for the media reporting the president may be on the verge of a big staff shakeup, and maybe getting rid of sean spicer. haven't we heard this one before? the media's latest attempt to take the president pete: and pc tv picked a national boycott for kids boycott for canceling a for canceling headset come because of its conservative storyline. the backlash ahead. ♪ can't touch this ♪ i told you boy
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>> immediately firing steve banamex's chief strategist. pete: it only took days for call for a staff shakeup in the white house. every day there's another headline detailing the president will fire members of his inner circle like steve bannon, kellyanne conway. the next is sean spicer. sean spicer could be out after a debacle defending trump. is this all just another thing to set up the president? editor chief of the daily color. chris, great to see this morning. diving into some of these headlines to your. trump has told allies that he wants fox news host kimberly quilty takes spicer's place. >> is there truth in any of
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this? >> all the storyline sound familiar to you because you for them almost every single day of the administration. they've been predicting death, destruction, he will fire somebody. he had to get rid of my clan and james comey. the media is going off for rumors. they are pushing each other around to get things to the press. they assign more weight to the server send a fax to the service of the facts and they run the stories all the time. they say things that end up. i think the problem here is the media so willing to believe it and so willing to cause trouble to actually believe their own bs. >> we talked to members of the administration of camera who didn't want to go off the record about this if there's a shock about the stories written about them and it's totally made a period where the stories coming from? low-level form upon it an
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assertion folks who still been on the payroll. >> showcase some of that. former fbi agents, former white house people. there's always hundreds and hundreds of people that a reporter can collect and get on the record who used to be in the job. the problem is you have to be careful with that. we always doublecheck where we are running their stories. donald trump had a business strategy when he ran his real estate empire of painting camps against each other. sort of a mini marketplace. now he founded the white house that because everyone is in this administration and they can hurt each other. is headed each other. zedekiah got back and cut the leaks. often lucy to sources close to the president. that could be two allies. the complete to people people with an agenda. the fact that none of them are willing to go on the record shows it's really difficult with any of these stories.
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>> she would often get these camps against each other because it was slow for. >> i think he's had to change the little bit. just because the fact that if he had somebody who's running a golf course for a hotel chain, they couldn't pick up the phone and be in the front pages of "the new york times" "new york times" that they were not of someone else. now daisy of rumors that come out from people trying to undercut each other. he had to go talk to bannon, kushner and those people and say i don't want to see these stories every single week. we saw that style. he's put in an image that's even nearly as much anymore. that isn't in the can't read stories. pete: chris, great to see you for the daily color. thanks so much. a strong message of faith from president trump. >> in america, we don't worship government. we worship god.
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ed kline said the lawyers tell them to keep quiet. hillary clinton has a mixed mind. telling me your times removing him at this point reinforces peggy weiss onto some rain. pete, abby. >> a powerful message to liberty university's graduating class. >> the future belongs to the dreamers, not to the critics. the future belongs to the people who follow their heart no matter what the critics say because they truly believe in their vision. >> the president going on to say america better when people put their faith to action. abby: two of the liberty graduates. campus reform.org douglas hamilton. thanks for being with us. >> thanks for having us. >> give us a sense of what it
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was like to be in that crowd. it was really about you and how it should be. >> i barely made it special. it was really bringing it home to icing on the cake for a great career at liberty university, specially not been political really helped us out. >> a lot of parallels between what he faced in washington detective university at liberty as come a christian university and where most universities have become left-wing atheists take cesspools are due july to message? >> absolutely. trump knew what needed to be done. he saw this as an opportunity to gain leverage on the political platform. let's honor them. but show them how i can relate that to them. i was happy with what he had to
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say and he did an excellent job. abby: he wasn't afraid to talk about religion either. he talks about worshiping god. >> when the pilgrims landed at plymouth, they prayed. when the founders wrote to declaration of independence. they invoked our creator four times. in america, we don't worship government. we worship god. [applause] abby: necklace can you state you really appreciated that. >> absolutely. it's not often politicians are willing and able to talk about faith in the late donald trump said yesterday. this is amazing to see for the president. this is nationally televised i really hope this to a high standard and greatly appreciated. >> liberals like elizabeth warren talked about politics, worshiping government. we'll play a couple clips from
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her speech you gave your reaction. >> trying to keep this apolitical, but i can't help myself. the principle that no one in this country is above the law and we need a justice department , not an obstruction of justice department. [cheers and applause] 's >> why do you think they can't avoid getting political? >> well, if i was on that campus in a graduation ceremony, i'd be very disappointed she made it so hard for me political. many college campuses are restrict to reese each and pushing a liberal agenda. but at liberty university, i've been able to hear bernie sanders and donald trump and a wide variety of politicals acres and
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it's really helped me develop my view. pete: real diversity of thought. abby: necklace, this was a great message for the graduates. going out into the real world. what was the take away? >> president trump says when somebody says something is possible, that the green light to keep going. president trump says that stop, don't give up and make sure it gets done. he was encouraging. he agreed aims to say. he made in the mode unless there have been some more knowledge that they needed to succeed in their careers. trade for things are getting up early with us on early with us on your first is graduates. nicholas hamilton. abby: congratulations. thanks for being with us. abby: coming up, major alert for air travelers pay the confidential access goes to pilot is for one airline which has made public a mistake. we've got the scary details ahead.
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♪ abby:.is there a pattern for a part. pete: c-euro-sign why not mr. kim carr -- [inaudible] her sister ava, her friend jen. abby: she's getting married this year, on her way to being mother. >> whooshing her mom and sister is a very happy mothers day. transfer we love our staff. rachel rosenbaum bush and her mom a happy mother's day and happy birth day. here she is with her brother ben and her sister terry. pete: turns out everyone has a mom. clayton: it's true. it's a fact. except for maybe add a mini. the next i will discuss that. now, president trump very vocal
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about his admiration for his turn. >> i think they realize the value of having great family, great. i apparently spoiled me. my father was tough and my mother in her own way was tougher. they were firm, loving, great parents. my father was a very strong guy, but a very loving, very good, kind, good heart. this guy. abby: this morning something really special. inside story but his mother put him on the path to most powerful man in the world. abby: the author of the trump factor. >> great to be here. happy mothers day. clayton: on this mother's day, president trump, obviously his mother a big influence on him. tell us about that. >> yeah, she was a huge influence pitch he came over to the u.s. at 18 years old. pretty courageous. 18 years old, had $50 in her
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pocket. came here and eventually obviously married fred trump. she's the youngest of 10 children. obviously you can see what the family guy is comes in now with the president. clayton: let's talk about the family values. because what. because when he dies and relationships committee really values the personal relationships. that came from her. >> absolutely. family values, we can see this every day, someone in the white house. and baron and tiffany. i spoke with him about three weeks ago on the phone. we had a quick phone conversation. the first thing he said to me was how is your family. every time i've spoken to the president, it was always how is the family. that was the first inning off his lips. abby: so many people try to figure president trump. get into the mind of who that man is no question that come
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back to how he was serious. how close was he to his mom? >> very close. mary macleod was her maiden name. she grew up in scotland at the olive oil, strong christian values. if presbyterian community. that's where a lot of the religious values came from today. one of the things i heard trump say his trust in god and be true to yourself if that's what he said she said when she was growing up raising him. religious values was tremendously important to raise up bringing. that's what we see today. >> tireless worker. for extremely high. he got a lot of that from his mother as well. >> as i write in my book, one of the comment threads is the work ethic. i probably sat on the show a thousand times come you cannot outwork president donald jay trump. that is a key ingredient in the book and that absolutely came from his mother. she had a tremendous work ethic. i'm sure she would be very proud
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of president trump and his tablet as well. as a reflection of the kids. i have five children as well. it's all a function of how the family is raised. you can see with president trump's children, the public and the media today. they would be very proud of president trump is all of his children. >> part of the problems of the problems i decide with women throughout his life has been that compares into his mom. they don't measure up. >> i tell you one thing. i've been to mar-a-lago a few times. you can't measure up to mary snap love. abby: good to have that perspective this morning. thank you so much. other headlines. osama bin laden sun is out a revenge. the now 28-year-old calling for the wolf attacks against americans and other enemies of al qaeda.
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the jihadist telling followers to prioritize jewish and american targets. vowing to avenge his father's death. of course maybe sealed killed and 27. a major safety concern united ireland after their accident landed public. this is that a to attack. the airline releasing a statement saying that safety of our customer inquiries. the airline keeps her flight deck secure beyond door access information. it was unclear how many planes might be involved or how the airline is working to fix the problem. abc getting some serious backlash after cancer in the hit show mass means damning. many believe because the shows start tim allen promoted conservative value. >> i know it a progression star. the latest liberal attack of free speech. a lot of fun if you do them right. abby: the network drop initial after six seasons despite
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successful ratings. scott walker treated this thread looks like abc is playing politics with the show despite decent ratings. something president trump would treat, too. there's something you do not see every day. a score of bringing a major league responding to a screeching halt. they wait five minutes as the little guy runs the bases had >> now coming down the third is fine, heading for home. he's got a quick first step in is going to go behind the empire. even he says i don't like you. abby: that's amazing. the furry fella between the minnesota twins in cleveland and the end groundskeepers eventually moving the squirrel pit the twins did walk away with the win. abby: you bet they did. minnesota twins. abby: they can actually be made, too. pete: wish is that one lives. pretty maddie.
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reporter: i can see my breath, guys. it is that cold. abby: really? please say it gets better. reporter: may 14, 15. mother's day. we know that. take a look at the map feature you what's going on. we had the cooler air in parts of the new england. stay cool. breaking records for your low high temperatures today. across the central plains come incredibly warm temperatures. we have the big storm moved through yesterday. a little bit of rain could a person behind it dry for a number of days and mentors the northeast. take a look at that. a little snow across higher elevations. we've got some snow going on throughout the day today. the storm doesn't move very quickly. the throughout the day today and towards tomorrow. still dealing with eastern )-right-paren. very windy, very chilly conditions will continue.
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however, we will warm up a lot behind us. making its way towards the east. a east. a piece by tuesday into wednesday. finally, some very warm temperatures. it will finally cooled down a little bit. 86 this time of year in phoenix. abby: sunset breakfast in bed for a lot of moms today on the north east. transfer to president trump fire jam comey over releasing the white house leaks. abby: former first lady michelle obama getting a little salty with president trump. watch. >> why don't you want our kids to have good food at school? what is wrong with you? abby:.com and getting a lot of backlash from parents have not forgotten what her healthy lunches looks like.
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transfer president trump reportedly frustrated with comey for a while. plus, what was the ultimate final straw ?-questionstion -mark his refusal to get to the bottom of classified leaks? sara carter has been following the scandal from the beginning and she joins us now. good morning. thanks for being here. give us a sense. what's the real present from what you've seen behind the scenes for why president trump fire james comey. >> i do think one of the reasons was the fact there was no push for the fbi to investigate the leaks. but i also think it is that james comey wanted to have taken it too. he had already told senator grassley, senator feinstein apparently behind closed doors that he was not investigating them that trump was not a suspect in the russian pollution case. get him in the media and public, that's all anybody ever heard. he kind of left out in the air like a dark cloud over the trump
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administration, which is still there. i think that was the main reason and that is why president trump was so frustrated enacted so quickly and firing him after the last hearing. we also heard from sally yates. pete: in the private the president says your not under investigation and then all the stuff about maybe russia, maybe not. look at the headline. leaks have been coming out in at the present is like that's not being investigated. >> that's right. the number one crime here. if you look at a crime right now, something tangible is something investigated, the department of justice should have asked or maybe they have. this as far as my sources are concerned, they've not asked the fbi to investigate the leak. we saw with sally yates testimony when they asked her directly, she said no and everyone else they should have been questioned has also not been questioned. apparently no investigation into
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leaks. this is what is frustrating the white house. pete: can you imagine all these leaks, no investigation of that, get the ongoing investigation of so-called russian pollution. i've been following you on this network for much greater than all of the story. have you seen any evidence at all of russian collusion between president trump in russia? >> no. all of our sources in law enforcement and those associated with this said there's no collusion between president trump in russia's hacking at the dnc. no collusion whatsoever. a lot of what we hear out there are myths. these are stories propagated by people who oppose president trump. we really need to look at the facts here and stand on those faxes reporters. we can't just follow hyperbole on here. this is a very serious matter, very serious accusations and i think that's why the president says we need to get someone in here who's going to clear this up and in this investigation
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once and for all so i can move forward. pete: at an instrument he plays e investigation of the leak, and the thing that hasn't been looked into? >> absolutely. i believe that 100%. a lot of people in the fbi were extremely frustrated by comey's decision not to move forward with any kind of case against hillary clinton. i think right now what you are looking at is the new fbi director who will set new goals. at the very balance, very objective and he isn't whispering in the years of people that investigations you should not be talking about publicly. pete: sarah carter come you should be the fbi director for all the investigating you've been doing. thanks for covering this for us. >> thank you, p. pete: many in the media predict and america's darkest days are here with governor mike huckabee and chris wallace next hour. plus, former first lady michelle obama getting into a food fight.
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abby: welcome back to render their school lunches under former first lady michelle obama. president trump cyberculture departments rolling back much of the program that has the former first lady pretty upset. >> why don't she want our kids to have good food at school?
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what is wrong with you? and why is that a partisan issue? think about why someone is okay with your kids eating. pete: many students and parents criticizing her programs in the service so gross gross they were throwing it away. abby: kathi bernat commented to have bernat commented to have you with us. >> thank you so much. good to see you guys. you say on paper all this sounds great, but in reality not so much. >> at time i think it's appropriate to offer a disclaimer here. that being michelle obama is a lawyer, not a nutritional as. that is a fact that often times gets lost on her assaults her audience. she is a lawyer, not a nutritionist. most of us will readily attest to the fact that offering our children good healthy males is always a better idea. sometimes things slip better on
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paper. and it has been -- become a colossal failure. according to the usda, we spend an additional $1.2 billion just to adhere to restrain shavers actions. abby: for the cdc on the left side of the screen. >> right. the key word she used their was good food. her program was famously unpopular among students as well as parents as well as administrators. again, we spend $1.2 billion just to adhere to this program than 40% of that. pete: we spend $600 billion on defense if we could spend the money and making sure kids have good food to be any good program. there's got to be a balance here. people mock the food pyramid has
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been completely arbitrary. congress makes up this food. med. putting our nutrition in the hands of our congress to do this? what is the balance here? is too far one way and then we go back the other way. >> yeah right, exactly. there has to be a balance. democrats are inherent in their agenda but their inability to wrap their mind around the concept of freedom and choice. we do not need federal bureaucrats of enough our mouths and putting down what they believe is appropriate to me. education is warranted and we can do so much more by educating, not mandating. abby: that's a great point. these kids deserve a lot more. kathy, thanks for being with us. abby: how low will they go? taking a cheap shot not cheap shot on only a sarah huckabee sanders, but her dad and her mom, too. >> for those of you who don't
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abby: north korea appears to have done it again. fires another missile. >> a apparently catch fire from the province in the western part of the country. >> and to japan, north korea, all of these different things. >> forget about that. pathetic i hear that's very tough, very smart and he loves america. >> let's make sure we give them a really extra special thanks to the moms. i had a great mother. she's looking down now. i had a great father. ♪ what i love about sunday ♪ abby: the perfect song as we wake up on this beautiful sunday morning on the smothers day. pete: mothers day for all you guys and gals out there. don't forget. what's great is i can take some
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of these flowers held. abby: your letter isn't going to get to your mom. >> dissent by mother's day card on friday. the lady at the post office at your leg. i know. anyway. abby: happy mother's day to everyone out. i want to see your mom couldn't want to hear much about them. pete: the present history went to the back of the plane on air force one as he went to liberty university saying we will fast-track the fbi. we can do it before we leave before a mideast trip. they're already actively interviewing the potential fbi this morning. >> one person they are not interfering that are not in it. the ticket is former arkansas governor presidential candidate, mike huckabee. he joins us this morning. >> happy mother's day to all.
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abby: wagering for your wife today? >> accustomed to certificates and stuff like that. i hope she's not watching. abby: she's a special woman. pete: as the president looks forward, the media cannot get past the path. they are still in chains comey in a hyperventilating on it. dan rather, the father of fake news as you might say about this on fake news yesterday. he said future generations may mark today as it one of the truest dark days. a history that may soon take even more ominous turn. governor, this document but dark days getting more ominous. why can't they get past it? >> i just can't accept the fact that the american voters have a different view of america, the future where we need to be canadian. they live in the public domain in media, the bubble that exists in washington, new york and hollywood and they are totally disconnected from the people in the middle of the country who actually elected i'll pete: the president and who are
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sick and tired of being told what to think on the hyde act, what their values are and why they are so wrong and put them in the words of michael corleone as he spoke to his wife about his sister, connie, when he says she's hysterical. i'd say about dan rather, they are hysterical. this is hysterical, hyperbole and it's just revealing how out of touch with reality many of these folks really are. abby: speaking of out of touch. "the new york times" put the hypocrisy in this quote. the election is over, but trump has not been to get past it. >> inside the article, the interview of course for margaret meant to say mr. trump obviously could not let go. it is remarkable sector fund advisor. has there been a president who's ever been marked just about proving that he's legitimate. the feeling "new york times" is
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fine if the president about that question his legitimacy every single day. >> i think the new york signs as i like to call them has become a joke, an absolute parody of itself. the president who can't get past it? who is that they won't let go? again the press keep talking about election and hillary got the popular vote is that they never read the constitution about how we elected for the lack of a college. they can't get over the fact that he does in fact hold the white house. he gets to make appointments and i know that must be a real shock to chuck schumer and other democrats in the senate. but that's how this works. it's almost as if they are in just such a state of disbelief they have suspended all rational thinking. it would be funny except that they are impeding the ability of this president to lead the country and make the changes in the world that is already doing but imagine how much more effect if we can be as a country.
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not just as the republican party. not just for the president, but as a country that really work with the president to do things to fix health care, build roads, make america safe, create a sense of real environment and build job so that people would get a paycheck rather than a government check. wow, that would be quite a way. trade to him said they were interested in what a staff shakeup will come. who will be fired next? steve bennett, sean space-bar? president trump was asked about these rumors last night here on the fox news channel. he brought up your daughters name. take a listen. >> are you moving so quickly that your communications department cannot -- >> yes, that's true. >> what we do about that? >> we don't have press conferences. >> you don't be mad.
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>> of us i have one every two weeks and do it myself, we don't have them. first of all, a level of hostility is incredible. sarah huckabee is a lovely young women. you know sean spicer. he is a wonderful human being. a nice man and >> is your press secretary today, >> he's doing a great job, but he can speed up. he's been there from the beginning. >> to questions about that. her response to whether sean sean spicer will be ousted. the second part around the press conferences. i'm sure your daughter has called we may not have these press conferences anymore. you know anything about that? two questions to you sir. >> us is about my daughter. she will be led to the president, will to sean spicer issue will not reveal anything to me, even to me that's not appropriate because she understands her job is to keep it confidential do that. i don't think sean spicer is going anywhere.
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and they shouldn't. he's doing an incredible job. i know sarah really likes john. she respects him. she enjoys working with him. they have a great chemistry between them. this idea that there's all this noodling going around about who is in and who is out. a lot of that is beltway nonsense. they are working hard to serve this president and doing an effective job. sh we did, every person who goes to the podium is like a person wearing a neat guys stepping into the lion cage at the zoo. it is never, ever going to be easy. trinkets and impossible job. some of that drama was on snl. you are part of that. take a listen. >> good morning, guys. it's an honor to be here today. for those of you don't know me at my my father is mike huckabee and my mother is a big southern hamburger.
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obviously i am hilarious like my daddy. i am filling in for sean today. he is the filling his duty as an officer in the naval reserve and that is why he cannot be here. i'm pretty sure i can see him hiding in the rushes. -- bush is. >> at the naval exercise. he is trying to blend in with the surroundings. other mr questions. abby: governor, just a reaction to that. >> is always flattering to be lampooned by "saturday night live." i just wish they could make stuff up that's funny. my twitter account land all the time for the liberals for not being funny is funnier than all of that stuff. my daughter could handle that you choose to give the public eye almost all of her life. this is not new to her. abby, you know what that is like. the reason she was good at that podium this week is because she's got three preschoolers at home. she is used to answering the
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same questions over and over again. so it was almost like being mobbed us in preschoolers when she walked in there and the press corps pretended to be asking serious questions and asking the same ones over and over, expecting -- trey givens said the humor of their complements. she stepped in on incredibly difficult week for the first time. your thoughts on her at the podium this week. >> i thought she was terrific yet she walked in there with confidence. she answered the questions. it's a tough job. the people who do "saturday night live" have a script in two cars in front of them. all they've got to do this got to do is block and read the card. sarah goes in there, as to sean. they have no script with the weather. no idea what questions are coming up then. nobody gets an advance warning saying here's what i'm going to ask you. they walk up there and it's walking the high wire with no net.
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for anybody who thinks that's an easy job come a step up there and see which you can do. abby: it's always easiest president trump alluded to in his commencement speech. it's always easiest to be the critic. it's hard to make a difference. i know sarah personally pitch is a wonderful woman and doing it right job. kudos to her. >> i will let her know. i know she will appreciate that. i feel like we've got to remember the person sitting in the cheaper seats in the state and is the first one to call the empire. they have no skin in the game. they've never played the game. they watch it from the nosebleed section have been a clue what it's like to be in the arena. pete: outside. abby: thanks for being with us. have a great day with your wife and family. >> god bless you. abby: a few other headlines. the u.s. north korea this morning. the white house calling for tougher sanctions after north korea fires another test missile. the white house releasing a statement speculating russia's response saying that the missile
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impacting so close to russian soil and closer to russia to japan that the president cannot imagine russia's lease at the missile traveling a hundred miles reaching an unusually high altitude indicating a new type of missile. as we talked about with governor huckabee, president trump moving quickly to nominate a new fbi director. james comey making his first public appearance catching a performance of the broadway musical. breaking news about the cyber-- massive cyberhack attack should be far from over. the agency wanted more people could be hit with a virus when they return to work tomorrow. your numbers are really just how massive it was hitting 100,000 organizations in at least one under 50 countries. many of them racing to recover. a researcher penning a kill switch sideline and a virus. even he warned they could strike again.
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pete: democrats seem pretty determined to get to the bottom of that pesky russia scam. >> he wants to know what happens here. that's good to the bottom of this. >> the investigation needs to continue. >> independent commission is the most comprehensive way. >> the only way we'll get to the bottom of this is >> he does not want to get to the bottom of it. >> would be in everyone's best interest to get to the bottom of this. >> republicans want to get to the bottom of this. if anything, it'll make them get to the bottom of this more. >> we have to get to the bottom of what the heck happened here.
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trade to ensure% assures to get to the bottom of this as well. democrats might have been crafted in a spirit entire time. more information about the often cited u.s. intelligence report comes out. you sound awfully suspicious. here to ask into the senior vice president. he brought some new information tonight on this intelligence report. democrats saying 17 agencies agreed. you say it's a different picture. >> yes, i have a new opinion piece. i was suspicious about this gene or sixth assessment is that not only russia intervened in the election but did so to help trump win. i looked at the assessment carefully and found some disturbing things. this was the assessment of three intelligence agencies. the conclusions were unusually clear and i was with the cia for nate senior assistant in the controversial. i found that or he disturbing. but also something to illustrate with a couple of slides
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comparing a typical intelligence community assessment with the assessment that was issued in january. the one on the left is an assessment issued in september 2015 with the world food program. on the right is an assessment issued in january. they appear to be the same. the luck of buddhists are put at the bottom. on the left, you can see serial number and a caveat. this is an intelligence committee assessment. look at the assessment on the right. jesse serial number. russia's assessment was not where needed. just reflect the views of three agencies. pete: 99% of people would of course miss that. your background is the reason why you found it and help it to say. why would that be? why at that point, give us a sense of why that would've occurred. >> i want to say white whitaker and became even more disturbing. i was an intelligence community
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community for a long time. the best way to skew an assessment is limit the number of players at this became more disturbing when fbi director comey said in march that the conclusion to help trump win was based on logic, not evidence. basically this is a conclusion based on the intuition of analysts. then they heard the real bombshell from dna direct or clapper this year that the analysts who wrote this for a hand picked. who picked them and how did john brennan at the cia analyst who wrote this. pete: you are right. all of these things raise questions which normally the media would be all over. doing their job for them. thank you for joining us. pete: while liberals like senator elizabeth warren who our president calls pocahontas used commencement speeches to get political, president trump preaches strength and faith. >> in america we don't worship government. we worship god.
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[cheers and applause] pete: father jonathan morris here with why that is a very good thing. in case you missed it, it's mother's day. a look at the greatest movie moms up next with kevin mccarthy. >> would explain things so i could understand them. ♪ ♪
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about his upcoming meeting with president trump, promising not to judge that the pope telling reporters who will look for common ground and peace in their meeting in their meeting. the two leaders meet when they at the vatican. abby: commencement speeches are supposed to be about in spite of rogers for the future. liberals have chosen this time to take jabs at the president. >> i'm trying to keep this apolitical. but i can't help myself. the principles that no one, no one in this country is above the law. we need department, not an obstruction of justice department. >> president trump himself sent a message of faith to the graduates of liberty university. the same. >> america has always been the land of dreams because america is a nation of true believers. in america, we don't worship government. we worship god. [cheers and applause]
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abby: you're doing is fox news contributor father jonathan morris. happy mother's day. please make your mother. she's a wonderful one man. great to have a here today. just your thoughts off the top and pete: no, that was not five. transfer your thoughts on the commencement speech yesterday. he cannot talk to a couple graduates from liberty university. what they said is they appreciate the fact he spoke about religion. >> the lineup we just played, we are the people who worship god, not government is very important. people have worship government. we think of fascism, they tried to get rid of any semblance of god, even the indication of god's name so that government could take the place of god to miss the people up or ship government. i bet you the president a bat. trade to what did the president just so wrong?
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a fascist station. yet here he is saying no, government isn't the almighty power. >> i think he has to prove today in and day out that it's actually trying to get out and make sure the government has its proper place that doesn't takeover too much. i think he is repeated over and over again. even the clip with elizabeth warren that replays that nobody should be above the law. president trump would agree. i agree nobody should be above the law. we have to make sure everybody keeps their proper place and what government should do is help us become the people we can begin around. >> the president has a big trip to the middle the stop in at the vatican meeting with pope francis. what he with pope francis. would you expect the two will talk about? >> we played a good clip at the beginning that is not going to prejudge president trump and he's going to work with him on everything, specifically in the
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areas east. we think of what's going on in syria right now. very much at the core of pope tran says. also very much at the core of a president trump has been saying. how to fix this this without getting too involved like for example in iraq. the vatican has tremendous -- a huge team of ambassadors around the world. and they know a lot what is going on on the ground. i think president trump will listen. i've no doubt pope francis will listen as well. abby: quickly, what is your message for mother's day. the event is only one message. mom, i love you. i love you so much pre-thank you for raising us. their seven kids and my family. abby: you and me both. number two. >> at number three. clayton: father committed to see you. >> god bless you.
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[inaudible] abby: jourdan early with her mom jane and her sister ♪ pete: here's the anchor of "fox news sunday," chris wallace here to wish you a happy sunday. we happen to have man hands of whether bush is the wife was with him now. any mother's day plans, chris? >> share. i got up at 5:00 this morning. i left a card or her propped up next to her bed. if you're watching, lorraine, i hope you are not. happy mothers day. this is a special day for all of us whether it's our moms who are the moms of her children. pete: thank you for joining on the sunday ahead of your show. one of the big discussions around this russia investigation. on the show last night the president was asked about this russia invests occasion and whether or not there's any fire where there is smoke. the scene.
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>> how you prove that you weren't involved? >> i think it's been proved already. to be honest with you, i wanted to be accurate also. i want them to that the time. much more than speed, i want them to be sure that russia or anybody else, that if it did happen, and everybody else who agrees, didn't change the election. so that's important. that's important to me. but i don't want it ever to even be a question again. so if it takes longer, but it take longer. pete: where do you come down on that, chris? i think that's exactly the right attitude. the person undercutting that has been the president. on one hand he says that and you can't argue with what he said they are. that's good the bottom of it. talking about the potential that a foreign power interfered in our election. more than the potential, the intelligence agencies had
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happened. the question is whether anyone from the trump world was involved as a separate question. no evidence we've heard about. then the president sends out tweets and sizzle and is a hoax. it's a taxpayer-funded charade. does that make you wonder if he wants to get to the bottom of it at the end of it. pete: recently to that point understand his frustration. it's been about russian pollution. his critics tried to make him look illegitimate. they are still chomping at the bit. a couple clips on the way the media is reacting to this. take a listen. >> the president acted in a cowardly fashion. he's a coward. >> is a grotesque abuse of power by the president of the united states. >> would face a limited constitutional crisis. >> what's going on here's an effort to cover up the fact he is not president trumps his america first. >> a little whiff of fascism. >> the country could be towards
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a constitutional crisis. >> is this not a little bit overblown? >> some of the people you have our reporters are some of the people you have ever partisan senators, folks like that. i'm not going to hold us to account for the people we put on the air saved by what other people put on the air. some of that, the whiff of fascism totally overblown. on the other hand, i do take exception to the idea that this is hysteria. some cases i shake my head and think it's over the top. yes. the fact that we are continuing to talk about it a week later. the first time in history that a president has fired an fbi director was conducting an investigation, was directly investigating him as associate. there's only one of the director and that was for ethical breaches backed by bill clinton, bill sessions using the fbi to
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build a fence around his house. as is the big story. not saying that it shows that they cover up on obstruction of justice, but it's a big story in a legitimate story to cover. abby: chris, how does the president and his team get more on the offensive. it seems like era was trying to be defensive with the media. they are always being attacked and in some cases unfairly by members of the press. how do they take more control of their narrative? i say two things. first of all, the president has a competent staff there. he's got to give his staff more of a heads up on this. supposedly sean spicer and his whole team learned about this less than an hour before it was announced. that is not enough time to have a media strategy. what would have prevented that unless the president doesn't trust his own team not to leak and say let's get our ducks in a row. let's get the story straight. in addition to which camus story
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to change dramatically. the first day he was just following the recommendation of the attorney general and the deputy attorney general. the next day he said i was going to do it before hand. the third point i would make is i think this president needs to get over questions about his legitimacy as president. he is president. he's been president for 115 days now. if i may finish, he does best when he focuses on his agenda, when he focuses on health care, tax reform. things that affect all of our lives. when is questioning how many votes he got and whether there were votes: i'm the bass thingies that is worse. george w. bush had a much worse situation in the sense of a contested election in a bit down the hanging chads and the supreme court in a decided once and president i'm going to forget about all that and do everything i can to unify the
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country. pete: of course he didn't face the heavens president trump has it by coming in the inauguration. >> are you kidding? you don't think george w. bush faced headwinds after the 2000 election? i think you're having a selective view of history. train to how the media chris your point. dan rather treated i flipped through nearly 4500 weeks of my life i've never seen one like the one we just had. the breathless opposition. he's a reporter. it almost feels like spite from day one. >> the commit dan rather with the guy who put up a story about george w. bush in the air national guard. abby: speaking of unfair treatment. >> either paid attention to dan rather for years. pete: the assassination of jf k., to make this week -- >> as i said, i haven't paid attention to dan rather in 10 years. abby: we are going to leave it there.
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what's coming up on your show? >> we're talking about this. the top democrat on the senate intelligence committee. he's going to be live here in studio. we are going to be discussing where this investigation stands now and try to get some answers to chuck grassley says that james the 10th sold in president was not a target and asked whether they have any evidence of collusion. we'll talk about all of that. and then we'll talk to senator mike lee, conservative who said he's got an intriguing idea that should replace jim comey. it should be merrick garland, barack obama's choice for the supreme court. abby: senator from my home's day. he knows what he's talking about. pete: good to see you this morning. abby: thank you, chris. pete: did your former attorney general eric holder said about the administration's plan to fight crime? he called it done. our next guest coming from her are says the exact opposite.
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we'll move to the second story. a conservative lawmaker proposing to get out of washington d.c. and stay home with their constituents. steve pearce's virtual congress would let politicians attend hearings from their home state surrounding them with there can teach humans instead of lobbyists. the question is does they become the virtual slot. probably. clayton, over to you. transfer code when writing for a stay. eric holder coming back to send the doj had criticizing jeff sessions decision to order stricter sentences for criminals saying the policy announced today is not tough on crime. it's ideologically motivated cookie-cutter approach on the proven to generate unfairly long sentences that are often applied indiscriminately. is that true? drug czar john walters joins us now to weigh in on that. could it be this morning. >> good to see you, clayton. transfer happy mother's day at you. he's going to see increased sentences and have a prison
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overcrowding as a result of this. you buy the argument? >> the real issues we are facing the most deadly epidemic in history. 50,000 people are now dying as a 2015 has been accelerated. eric holder presided over that and he wants to claim that's not violent crime. if we don't protect people, we'll have 100,000 people dying a year. if that is not violent crime, i don't know what is. that happened on attorney general folders watch. he's got to be in the top of the list of worst attorney general center. transfer you might be right. here's attorney general jeff sessions on this stance on crime. >> are prosecutors to charge and pursued the most areas to send and i believe the love requires the most serious readily provable offense. in this we are going to meet our responsibility to enforce the law with judgment and fairness. it is simply the right and moral thing to do.
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>> you watch the full address. you also read that memo. except for the right message to be sending. why? >> jeff sessions says it's going to an worse the lot and allow attorneys in the federal system to depart from hershey said as if circumstances require that for justice. they have to get clearance of the u.s. attorney or just is. and guess the american people want certainly with the kind of death going on from drug trafficking, flood of out of colombia. that's coming out of mexico. all of these drugs virtually are coming from not cite the country. used to poison people throughout the united states and horrendous numbers good that happened on eric holder's watch while we were worried about excessive reversing the drug law. we need to protect people. we need more enforcement and we need to treat people as well. you will have a balloon effect
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if you just treat people and get more people addicted in more people dying. that is that eric holder broken that mr. jeff sessions is trying to fix. >> collector grid or her poor americans. this is the exact opposite. >> who are the people dying? are people who need the protection. the people in rural areas and in cities. this is a big demise are at the least fortunate and the most vulnerable across the country. there is a denial of that and that politically driven criminal justice policy of the obama administration. you've got to repeal it. the death toll is staggering from that policy. train for john walters, former drug czar, we appreciate your rings night. coming up, happy hillary or sad hillary. a liquid just told us how she feels about it. bush is so straight ahead. as we celebrate our moms, we also celebrate their favorite movie moms.
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>> it is mother's day not to celebrate our real-life times, celebrate the classic movie moms. abby: here to break down her favorite movies, fox news contributor, kevin mccarthy. happy mother's day.
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>> cake on the campaign. >> happy mother's day to all the incredible mothers day. how are you doing? abby: good to take it away. pete: who is your best adopted so mom? >> when my favorite mantras and the onscreen as sandra bullock in the blindside. this performance was fantastic preachy when the author for the movie. click to show you why this mom is so amazing. watch this. >> you have any place to stay tonight? don't you dare lie to me. >> i've seen that look many times. >> love that performance so much pain she was great in that role.
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next-line i have to mention a sally field. this character was selfless. i love that performance so much. everyone knows this classic scene with her and tom hanks. watch this. >> i didn't know it, but i was destined to be your mama. i did the best i could. >> you did good, mama. >> i happen to believe you make your own desk to me. you have to do the best with what god gave you. life is a box of chocolates. you never know what you're going to get. >> momma always had a way of explaining things so i could understand them. >> i'm going to start crying right now. such an iconic moment. next upcoming personal favorite of mine. i was subsisting movie called terminator to growing a period when i was eight years old and that's the reason i fell in love with movies because of that
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film. she was fantastic. watch this classic moment. >> i said i was okay. >> or stupidity to go there. >> you almost got yourself killed. >> what were you thinking? you cannot risk yourself. you're too important. >> one of my favorite movies of all time. >> your mom let you watch that movie when you're eight. that's how you got where you die. >> mom, i want to say that i love you so much. recently she was in d.c. 20 years ago. 20 years later, we were at m. and t. stadium this past wednesday watching metallica
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... pete: i'm thrilled to be back at liberty university. graduations to the class of 20 7 2017. that's some achievement. but the fact is no one has ever achieved anything significant without a chorus of critics. nothing is easier or more pathetic than being a critic. >> eight candidates to leave the f.b.i. visited the justice department for interviews today. >> do you think you might make a decision before -- >> these are outstanding people that are very well known. highest level. >> north korea appears to have done it again, fired another missile. they apparently test fired it
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early sunday morning from a province in the western part of the country. >> i'm dealing with china. i'm dealing with japan. i'm dealing with all these different things. >> but imagine how much more effective we could be as a country, not the just as a republican party, not just for the president but as a country if they would really work with this president. >> forget about that. we've got a guy here that's very tough, very smart, and he loves america. >> let's make sure we give a really extra special thanks to the moms. i had a great mother. she's looking down now, but i had a great mother. i always loved mother's day. ♪ when i am with you there's no place i'd rather be no, no, no, no, no place i'd rather be. clayton: happy mother's day to all of you moms out there who are wallpapering waking up this morning. i sleeping in a little bit. my wife just texted and said
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kids woke me up at 5:30 this morning. abby: happy mother's day to your wife. clayton: she gets to sleep in. about 10 minutes longer than she usually gets. pete: when you say happy mother's day, most of the country is panicking right now, realizing they forgot. can you imagine the guy literally we were the ones that told them it was mother's day? if you're ar out there, if you're that guy, please send us an email, i want to read frien s friends@foxnews.com. you saved them, clayton, with your pronouncement. abby: you can see our set here is beautiful. b florals have given us these amazing flowers. pete: it's the best it's ever smelled. when you deal with pete and i, shower infrequently. abby: i can't help but think about my mom today, as we all are and how special everyone's mom is in their own way and we wouldn't be who we are without our mothers. pete: hundred percent. everyone can say that. cracking the whip.
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clayton: when i wanted to be a lazy teenager. thank you, mom, love you. pete: now you're a lazy adult. abby: happy mother's day to all of you this morning, all of you mothers. and we have a busy packed two hours to go, starting with this, president trump moving quickly to nominate a new f.b.i. director. pete: the department of justice holding a pack day of interviews while the former director james comey makes his first public appearance. ellison barber in dc. >> good morning. a source described meetings to fox news as, quote, substantive discussions with, quote, great candidates. most of the candidates came and left the department of justice without speaking to the press but on air force one, president trump told reporters, we could see a decision as early as this week. >> i think the process is moving quickly because almost all of them are very well known. you know, they've been vetted over their lifetime, essential y essentially. >> the attorney general and
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deputy attorney general interviewed eight people at the d.o.j. alice fischer, a former assistant attorney general, andrew mccabe, the acting f.b.i. director, adam lee, special agent in charge of the f.b.i. bureau in richmond, senator john cornyn, judge michael garcia, judge henry hudson, fran townsend, a former homeland security adviser to george w. bush, and former representative mike rogers. rogers worked for the f.b.i. before jumping into politics in the mid-nineties. he's endorsed by the fbi agents association. as for the man who held this position until less than a week ago, he and his wife went to see the musical "fun home" here in dc. that is really their first outing since the firing. pete, abby, clayton? clayton: the world is melting down. i don't know if you -- abby: feels that way. clayton: if the watch the mainstream media because of the fire of james comey in the last 24, 48 hours, washington is falling apart. dan rather took to facebook
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yesterday to write a long post. he's worried about the future of the country. "future generations may mark today as one of the true dark days in american history, one that may take a more ominous turn." dan rather was there covering the jfk assassination. pete: and is it darker than the day when he -- abby: that's a great point. >> and it can be be darker than the fake news he perpetuated? abby: huckabee said just over an hour i go i told it listened to a thing he said in the last 10 years. pete: not just dan rather. across the spectrum in mainstream media. governor huckabee was on earlier and he said it very well about hysterics. >> i think they just can't accept the fact that the american voters have a very different view of america, the future, than they do. they live in this bubble, the bubble of the mainstream media, the bubble that exists in both washington and new york and in hollywood, and they are totally disconnected from the people in the middle of the country who
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actually elected donald trump to be president and who are sick and tired of being told how to think, how to act, what their values are and why it's so wro g wrong. so what i would say about dan rather and many of the cohorts, they're hysterical. this is hysterical, hyperbole, and revealing how out of touch with reality many of these folks are. pete: out of touch but in sync with themselves. reading out of the same playboo. clayton: you read the arguments on social media, and they'll spew things like this like it's fact, that there was russian collusion, that vladimir putin was in cahoots with the president when there is zero evidence about that at all. we have not found one shred of evidence to -- pete: the determines are determined to get to the bottom of 2, even though there's no off we're still going to get to the bottom of it. take a look at this. >> he wants to know what happened here. let's get to the bottom of this. >> this investigation needs to continue. they need to get to the bottom of it.
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>> i think an independent commission is the most comprehensive way to get to the bottom of that. >> that's the only way we're going to get to the bottom of this. >> it shows clearly that he does not want to get to the bottom of it. >> we need to get to the bottom of this. >> it would be in everyone's best interests to get to the the bottom of this. >> maybe the republicans really don't want to get to the bottom of this. >> if anything, i think it's going to make them want to get to the bottom of this more. >> a democracy can't function without trust. we have to get to the bottom of this. >> we have to get to the bottom of what the heck happened here. abby: sounds like they all got together and said "what term can we all use so we are in cahoots together on this." >> even president trump in his interview with judge jeanine, he wants to get to the bottom of this, he wants to find out what meddling took place in the elections. chris wallace says on the one hand he says that and then takes to twitter and says the whole thing is a host and wants to end it. abby: how many months are we into his presidency? four or five months? i don't know. we still haven't find any evidence of collusion. we keep hearing let's get to the
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bottom. what if you get to the bottom and there's nothing there, and at that point what do these liberals, where do you go, what do you say, where is your argument? pete: well, the liberals are in cahoots with the media because they are all liberals. it's a circular squad that's regurgitating old and fake news that's proven not to be true. pedestrian fred fleitz on, former c.i.a. analyst at the center for security policy and he naturalized the documents that came out. remember when he said 17 intelligence agencies all agreed that russians meddled? turns out it wasn't 17, it was three. they were handpicked, the people that worked on that report. this is what he said about it. >> this was the assessment of only three intelligence agenci s agencies. the conclusions were unusually clear, with no dissent. and i was with the c.i.a. for 19 years. on something this controversial, i found that very disturbing. to skew an assessment is to limit the number of players. this became more disturbing when f.b.i. director comey said in
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march that the conclusion to help trump one was based on logic, not evidence, then we heard the real bombshell from n dni director clapper this year that the analysts who wrote this were handpicked. they were handpicked. who picked them, and how did john brennan pick the c.i.a. analysts who wrote this. >> maybe instead of russian collusion when hillary clinton lost, they said, you know what, we gotta have something to discredit president trump with. abby: with so many people determined to find something, there hasn't been even like an inkling of anything directly connecting trump to the russia s russians. so any, i do want to move on to commencements speeches because that has been -- clayton: you read my mind. that's where i wanted to go too. if you're on your facebook feed you'll see pictures of kids graduating college, high school, congratulations to everyone. you might have had to suffer through some commencement speech you wish you didn't have to. we put together some politically motivated commencement speeches. this is what's happening at some
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universities. >> i'm trying to keep this apolitical, but i can't help myself. the principle that no one, no one in this country is above the law. and we need a justice department not an obstruction of justice department. >> whether we are talking about economic justice, whether we're talking about social justice, racial justice or global warming if there was ever a time in history for a generation to be bold and to think big, to stand up and to fight back, now is that time. >> and, whoa, does the world need you right now. really. the struggle is real out there. it's real. >> go out there! get in the way! get in trouble, good trouble, necessary trouble, and make some noise. clayton: the message you want on your commencement day, your congratulation way is about the justice department? abby: i don't want to hear that
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the struggle is real, you know, the day as i'm about to enter the real world. i want to be motivated to go live your dreams, to go fight for the things that you believe in. so i think a lot of people are not wanting politics on their graduation day. president trump spoke yesterday at liberty university in lynchburg, virginia, we were wondering what he might say, would he get political with so much going on right now. really he didn't get political at all. take a look some of that. >> never, ever give up. there will be times in your life you'll want to quit, you'll want to go home perhaps to that wonderful mother that's sitting back there watching you and say, "mom, i can't do it." go back home and tell mom, dad, i can do it. i can do it. i will do it." you're going to be successful. the fact is, no one has ever achieved anything significant without a chorus of critics standing on the sidelines explaining why it can't be done. nothing is easier or more pathetic than being a critic,
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because they're people that can't get the job done. but the future belongs to the dreamers, not to the critics. clayton: really inspiring. i just was on my instagram feed, tweeted something like that, how critics and whiners always want to blame others for their lot in lies. they don't have any skin in the game, they never take action, and they always want to blame other people. abby: it's also easiest job to have, the critic, you're not out there making a difference. you're putting other people do n down. my dad said growing you know you'll make a difference in this world and life when people are tearing you down, trying to criticize you. pete: perfectly said and just like teddy roosevelt, the man in the arena speech, the credit doesn't belong to the critics, the credit belongs to the one in the arena. great advice. step out, be ready to fail, that's what's going to happen, not the update department. send your thoughts in about that
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are complete but the search continues to replace fired f.b.i. director james comey. our next guest knows the ins and outs of washington and says the new pick should bring back the bureau to its roots to focusing on counterterrorism. dr. james mitchell developed a c.i.a. enhanced interrogation program and is the author of the book "enhanced interrogation." doctor thanks for joining us us this morning. you think the f.b.i. has gotten away from its core mission and needs to go back to counterterrorism. explain. pete:. >> i've known a lot of f.b.i. agents, and i think the individual men and women in the f.b.i. are doing the best they can, but it distracts from the mission when the people who are in charge of that seem to be more focused on acting like an umpire for political partisanship than they do in stopping the attacks. and we also drifted into this focus on politically correct social judge sorts of things. we need to protect our civil rights, but you gotta be alive for your civil rights to matter.
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and so from my perspective i think they need to move back towards focusing on counterterrorism. pete: doctor, how did that drift occur? the f.b.i.'s been focused on different forms of domestic terrorism over the years, whether it's amazes object communists or anarchist, now it's islamists who wish us harm. how does that slide like that occur? >> well, i think that slide occurred, really, during the obama administration, because from my perspective it seems like these adopted this "see no evil" approach to dealing with radical islam. we've had a ratcheting up of terror attacks. and it's only going to get worse really, because as we begin to interdict isis and al-qaeda overseas, they're going to want to strike us here in the homeland. and so we need to have our f.b.i., our most senior law enforcement folks, focused on protecting americans, not trying to settle squabbles between different political parties. pete: sure. so as we look at who that next f.b.i. director may be, we're going to put up a full screen of some of the candidates
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interviewing for the job, names i'm sure some of which will be familiar to you and our viewers. if you were making this pick, if you had advice, you could name a couple names or what type of person would be looking for based on that list? >> i'd be interested in someone who had experience as an f.b.i. special agent and some sort of experience in the context of intelligence. i'm willing to name mike rogers. i think he's endorsed by the f.b.i. special agent associati n association. he's been the chairman of the intelligence committee in the house. and he's been an f.b.i. special agent, which is important, because he knows how the actual work has to be done. there are other people there. they're all good candidates. one of the things that i would be curious about is, given that the last eight years we've had this movement towards trying to downplay radical islam and their role in violence, i would be curious about anyone who was a member of the senior leadership of the f.b.i., how they would explain that policy. because it seems to me that
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policy has actually played us less safe, not more safe. pete: and you feel like most of the special agents at this point want to turn a corner, get way from the political correctness and focus on the core mission of that bureau, of course? >> like i said, in my career fa contact with special agents in a variety of different circumstances involving counterterrorism and involving explosive ordnance issues, and i haven't met any of them that were interested in politics. they're all interested in doing the best job they can do to protect america. and we need a law enforcement officer in there who's going to have that same focus. pete: that has the same focus and it trickles all the way down as well. dr. james mitchell. thank you very much for your expertise. we appreciate it. >> thank you for having me on. pete: coming up within happy hillary or sad hillary? days after firing james comey, hillary clinton just told us how she feels about it. stick around to see. and, they're the latest kids' crazy. but are these -- what are they called? i "its? helpful toys or just another unnecessary distraction? i guess we're going to find out. ♪ we're the kids in america
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clayton? over to you. clayton: it's the hottest new toy crazy sweeping across the country. it's called first page i tell you, spinners. some call them stress relievers for children, but others say they can be a distraction, especially in the classroom. i've got a little adorable one looks like a flower right now. so here what you should know about the latest toy sensation is dr. loren hazori. i bothered your daughter's fidget spinner. show me how it's done? >> spin it. just spin it. abby: just spin it and watch. clayton: these are supposed to, i guess, according to reports, calm kids down with adhd? that's the story we've been hearing from the marketing. is that true? >> well, that is a story that you're hearing from the marketing. but, you know, we really can't go by what the marketers say. the reason they're saying that is not because there's scientific evidence indicating that they actually benefit kids in any way. at the same time, there's not scientific evidence stating
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anything to the contrary. clayton: so there's no peer-reviewed studies out there on fidget spinners? >> or any scientific evidence. so we can't say yea or nay. so my suggestion to parents would be, you're the expert on your own child. talk to your child about it. watch and monitor his or her behavior on and off the fidget spinner and trust your gut. clayton: schools are banning these now? >> schools are banning them. here's the deal. we can't say with any human behavior that there's any human behaviors that's all or none. so it very well may benefit some individuals. but we can't say yes or no. i did talk to a teacher yesterday who instructed a sev n seven-year-old boy. she said he has a history of attentional problems, and she hasn't seen him be as attentive as he is while spinning, since the beginning of the school ye r year. but anecdotal evidence is not scientific evidence. clayton: i have to say these are 2046,est kids i've ever seen. >> well, that's because they're on air, not necessarily they're
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with the fidget spinner. pete: they're scared of me? do you guys have fun with these? do you play with them a lot? how long will you sit there and play with these? for like three hours? >> maybe not that long. pete: so, i mean, you obviously deal with a lot of kids who are having these attention disorde s disorders. is this a real problem, or is this sort of a manufactured issue that we've been hearing about over the past few years in pharmaceuticals now? it's not like kids wanting to be kids is a new thing, running around and fidgeting in their seats and they want to get out and play. >> i know if you notice your kid fidgeting, everything is on a continuum, every human behavior. if you notice your kid fidgeting more than is comfortable for him or her or if it's keeping them from doing something that they want to do, then we want to look at that behavior. fidgeting can be because of an underlying attentional problem or because of an anxiety disorder. and the truth is, clayton, that 80% of kids who struggle with anxiety don't get the proper
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treatment. and so there are a lot of kids with underlying anxiety disorders and attentional disorders that are not getting the evidence based care which certainly aren't the fidget spooner. clayton: bottom line, should parents go out and buy these things to help their kids focus? >> not to help them focus. it's like watching a coin twirl. it's mesmerizing and continuing. i bought one for my daughter, v eva, it's not a bad thing, but i certainly wouldn't use it for a treatment for attention or anxiety. we have other treatments that might work. clayton: might work on a five hour plane trip, too. all those kids are quiet on an airplane. great to see you, doctor. >> thank you for having me. >> media bias and hostility forcing the president to consider canceling white house press briefings altogether. so how do white house correspondents feel about that? we have a panel of them live next. we'll get out a box of tissue in case they start crying. and in one major network pulled
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should have have 'em, because sarah huckabee -- >> a hundred years we've been doing it. you can't put an end to that. >> there's never been action like that. this is crazy. we're getting higher ratings on those press conferences -- >> would you seriously consider stopping these press sessions? >> no we'd different in a different way. >> how? >> we'd do it through a piece of paper with a perfectly accurate, beautiful answer. >> a report to the nation on the big goals, ignore all these reporters, close down the pressroom, send the reporters off, they can sit at the hay-adams, go across the street, i don't care where they go but get beyond the elite media and treat them as the dishonest opponents, which is what they are. they are dishonest opponents pretending to be reporters. abby: you heard it there. media bias and hostility spurring the president to consider canceling white house press briefings altogether. but is this a good idea? daily correspondent collins and
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fivethirtyeight senior right here perry bacon. you heard it there. the president, he was right, he said these press briefings, they have great gratings because you never know quite what's going to happen, but also surprising us once again, saying, you know what, i'm just going to do away with them altogether. what do you think? >> you know, i'm surprised he said that only because it's not -- first of all, the briefings are not just for the reporters and for the white house. i remember when i was in college watching them myself, it gives people who are not necessarily in washington a way to understand what's happening in washington. though the audience is not just, you know, the beltway. also people abroad watch the briefings, they want to know what does the u.s. government think about what's happening in north korea on what's happening in countries abroad. so i think it has a function beyond the day-to-day back and forth. i think we in washington focus too much on that day-to-day stuff. the second thing is, combative briefings are not anything new. you had them in the bill clinton era when the lewinsky scandal
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was going, you had them with the iraq war and ari fleisch fleis h fleischer, when the healthcare.gov website didn't work in the obama days. i don't think because the briefings are combative means something is wrong with the press or the president. abby: well, i think you make some good points there, perry. there is a frustration when i go out there and talk to the american people. there really is a sense that president trump has been given more of an unfair shake really than any president before him, so they're saying, you know what maybe he has a good point here. >> absolutely. i do think that the american public is served when they do have a tough press corps that's willing to ask tough questions about issues that don't matter. i don't think they're served by a press corps that's is worried about how many scoops of ice cream the president eats which was taken from reddit. james comey for five days, dominating much of our coverage most of the time when the data shows that most americans outside of the beltway really do
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give a hoot. axios had a great place on their site showing that most americans according to facebook data said that comey's story was one of the least interesting things in trump's presidency. those reports who like to say they are concerned about russi russia's supposed interference in our election i think they are better served when someone who is more competent, like mccabe, who's willing to stand up against the white house, is at the helm of this investigation instead of james comey. so i think that kind of double narrative has been very interesting, coming out of the white house over the past week. abby: well, kaitlyn, another day another media shakeup, the media is talking about another shakeup in the white house, this time once again that sean spicer is on the outs. as you know we heard this once before. what's going on, do you think? >> i think everyone in the white house is on edge right now because they could potentially lose their job soon. donald trump is really frustrated with his staff. he's very frustrated with the communications team specifically because he doesn't feel like
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they effectively defended why he fired james comey. but it's a little difficult for them to defend it when they come out every day this week and say the reason he fired was because of the recommendations from the attorney general, and then donald trump in an interview himself is the one who said regardless of those recommendations, he was going to fire james comey. so it's hard to stay on top of that message when you have a president who is his own mouthpiece and he doesn't really need a communications adviser or spokesman to get his message out there because he does it himsel. abby: yeah. he is certainly his best communicator. i think we can all agree on th t that. perry, i've talked to folks that are in the white house, and you hear totally different tunes as to what's going on in that white house. you read stuff in media and it cesium like things are totally out of control and then you hear from their side, it's like "no, things are just fine." people are not getting an accurate story here. >> i am a little leery, i'll be honest, there have been a lot of stories about either reince priebus, chief of staff, or sean spicer being removed from those jobs. neither one has been at this
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point, and i do worry as we continue to float the idea they're going to leave their jobs and they stay in the jobs it reduces media credibility. the stories have unnamed sourc s sources. i do think we need to cautious. if reince priebus will be fired, donald trump will tell us that. he told us james comey was fir d fired. i don't think we need to have a lot of unnamed sources predicting staffing at the white house. that actually is not something most americans are very focused onably just tweet out himself, you're right, per y perry. last word here, if seems like in a lot of cases, the media is just wanting drama? >> yeah, you're exactly right. i mean, as i said earlier, i think that it is imperative to find out what exactly -- how exactly involved russia is in meddling with our elections, but i think it's clear that this meddling has been a long di disinformation game, and i think the media ought to be very careful when they talk about donald trump and his connections to russia, if there really are any there, because i think if they are sloppy and breathless and imply that there's this vast media conspiracy theory
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involving james comey and involving donald trump and the kremlin, i think they're really doing moscow's bidding, and i think they need to be careful before aiding and abetting the kremlin as they have been. abby: great perspectives there. thank you for being here. over to clayton for some headlines. clayton: thank you, abby. now to your headlines, starting with the fox news alert, tensions escalating between the u.s. and north korea after that country fires another test missile. the white house now calling for tougher sanctions. also releasing a statement speculating russia's response, saying with the missile impacting so close to russian soil, in fact, closer to russia than japan, the president cannot imagine that russia is pleased. take a look at this. a violent streetcar wreck at the kansas speedway after a driver, joey legan sends danica patric patrick's car into the fence, the two cars hitting the fence. driver eric mirola slams into e legano. fire rescue pulls him out of his
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car and he's flown to hospital where he's expected to be okay. and hillary clinton has a quote "mixed mind over comey's ousti g ousting." telling the new york times while she believes he with the election removing him at this point reinforces that he was, quote, on to something. abc getting some serious backlash this morning after canceling the hit show "last man standing" am believing it was because the tim's star, tim allen, promoted conservative values. >> i know what microaggressions are. it's the latest liberal attack at free speech. and a lot of fun it could do 'e. clayton: the network dropping the show after six seasons despite successful ratings. a lot of people disappointed, including governor scott walker, who treated this: looks like abc is playing politics with your show, despite decent ratings. sad." taking a note from trump's playbook. this mother's day, one gold star mom making the ultimate tribute to her fallen son by keeping his
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memory alive with a new children's book. navy seal charles keating died nearly a year ago while serving in iraq. now his mom christa has published a book titled "big-hearted charlie runs the mile" which tells how little charlie overcame many obstacles to become a track star and an american hero. she wrote the book while was in high school and delivered on a promise to one day publish that story. the author and gold star mom herself coming up in the next hour, joining us live. those are your headlines. pete: great way to keep the memory alive. abby: out to rick for some weather this morning. what can mothers expect out there? >> it is not that bad a day across most of the country. good news. your daughter just brought you from chicago here for mother's day. >> i am. just enjoying the special day, and just couldn't even be bett r better. thank you so much for sharing this time with us. >> thank you for sharing your time with us. we're so glad.
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happy mother's day. good daughters. she did something right. take a look at map. temperatures waking up. a little bit chilly across parts of the northeast and out across the west finally we have much cooler air coming in from the west. we had rain across parts of the florida yesterday. that's gone. dryer conditions unfortunately again, rain across parts of the new england. that's going to be with us for much of the day today and in towards tonight. sorry to say that, much of new england kind of a washout for mother's day. the rest of the country very good, very warm temperatures across the rest of the country and eventually that comes east this week. pete: thanks. appreciate it. i bet you're asking what's a millennial supposed to do when they find out their internet connection in the basement might slow down? create chaos outside the fcc chairman's house? obviously. well, the chairman of the fcc, ajit pai, joins us live next. abby: of course lots of celebrating with mom with fun on
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♪ pete: well, the battle over net neutrality is back in the spotlight this week as the fcc prepares to vote on loosening regulations. many on the left are up in arms, but a new poll this morning reveals that 51% of americans believe the internet should not be regulated by the government. pete: yeah, one of the last free spaces on earth. so why are leftist groups protesting the chairman in his own neighborhood, in his backyard, in his front yard, with more protests planned outside his home today? the chairman of the federal
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communications commission, the fcc, ajit pai, joins us now. mr. chairman, thank you very much for joining us this morni g morning. first these protests. they're outside your house in your neighborhood. plastering fliers on your neighbors' doors as well. why are they doing this? >> well, i think this is an important issue, and people very well very passionately about this, so this particular group felt the need to let my neighbors know what they thought as well. look, it's a free country but at the end of the day i'm going to stay focused on the facts and try to be as civil as i can be to every american who's involved in the debate. >> we've been putting door han hangers on your neighbors' houses with things that say "have you seen this man?" have any neighbors come up to you about this? >> a few of them have been, and they got a laugh out of it, "yeah, we actually have seen him we talked to him the other day as he was mowing the lawn." they've had a pretty good sense of humor about it. and whether they agree or not on any particular fcc issue, they've been really supportive so i really am grateful to them for their friendship and their wisdom. pete: you're not getting a lot
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of friendship from leftists like john oliver, the disciple of the former daily show. he's every week bringing up this issue telling people to go to the website, go to your home. what's it like -- and complain. what's it like to be under the spotlight like that? >> it's a change of pace to be sure, but at the end of the day i really want to make sure that every american who has an interest in this issue has his or her say, and that's the basic purpose of the fcc is to open the public conversation and if they want to participate in the conversation, we're more than happy to engage them. >> it seems like the left not necessarily just those on the left but small business owners and others have kind of maybe owned this conversation and forcing maybe the right to play defense on this. their argument is that, hey, if there's a small store or small business up against some big business, they should have an equal right to internet access, just like the big business does so that their speeds aren't slower, they have access to the same things. how do you battle -- are you up against that argument and is
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that a fair assessment? >> well, i think the basic framing of this issue is wrong. the essential question is, how do you want the internet to be governed? do you want it to be heavily regulated by government lawyers as a slow moving utility or do you want light touch regulations so that we get more investment in the networks, more information online, more consumers benefiting from the digital economy. i tend to take the latter view as did president clinton as did president bush as did appropriately during the first six years of his tenure. so all we're proposing to do is return to at a light touch market based regulation that has served consumers across the country for so many years. >> here's the argument, comcast, which owns hulu, which owns nbc, right, and one night you're surfing through the internet and you want to watch hulu and it loads like that because comcast owns it, you jump over to netflix, they don't own it, it's slow.
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if something like that happens, where would the fcc come down? >> two points. that has not happened in the digital economy that we've had. second of all, if it did happen, if we saw an example of any kind of anti-competitive conduct, that is squarely something that the antitrust authorities are empowered to take action on. that's the last thing we want is anti-activity. pete: and you can change to a different channel or go to a different service in a free economy. >> right. clayton: we've seen this man. he's been spotted. no more need for fliers on the door handles. thank you very much, sir. appreciate it. well, a packed final hour on deck. liberty president jerry falwell was just with the president yesterday, marie bartiromo and the pit bull, larry winget.
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♪ >> we are back on this beautiful mother's day here. with writers nicolette penelli, happy mother's day. abby: lauren woodhole with her mom, barbara. >> and whiter crystal shoal with her niece reagan and her mom sandy. >> hannah brown and her mom sheryl, happy mother's day. abby: and jeff shield happy mother's day to his mother and
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his wife diana who just welcomed their third daughter three guys. >> and greenroom producer kelly may with her mom, sandy, at disney world of course and windsor a happy mother's day to janice and stella and matthew and theodore. abby: she said she wanted breakfast in bed. happy mother's day to my wonderful mother, mary kay. you can't tell which one's the sister and which one's the mom. she's in the pink dress. a beautiful woman. >> needed that help. pete: if you're looking to cook a special breakfast for mom, we've got you covered. >> that's right because chef billy oliva is the chef of delmonico's restaurant which is where eggs benedict was invente. abby: that's true. it's a true fact. clayton: delmonico's one of the greatest restaurants in the world. abby: and a special mother's day for you and your wife. >> a little bit. so we're expecting july 20th. abby: your first. clayton: congratulations! abby: whoo!
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so exciting. >> yes, exactly. clayton: so traditional eggs benedict, how was it created and tell us how you're going to make it. >> traditional eggs benedict is this one right here. so mr. and mrs. legrand benedict used to come into delmonico's all the time. they are bored with the menu so they asked the delmonico brothers could you come up with something different. this is what we came up with. we use brioche, a little caviar. abby: you could always do that, just a little truffle shaving. clayton: let's talk about this sandwich. abby: pete has a bacon situation over here. >> benedict burger, the first burger we've ever served in the main dining room of delmonico's. so we wanted to do something different. we do our own bacon, we cure our own bacon, so we've the burger, the cured bacon, a fried egg on top, and this is a truffle
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>> i'm thrilled to be back at liberty university. congratulations to the class of 2017. that's some achievement. but the fact is no one has ever achieved anything significant without a chorus of critic. >> visited the justice department for interviews today. >> you think might make a decision on announcement before -- >> these are outstanding people that are very well known. highest levels. eric: north korea fired another missile.
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>> they apparently fired early morning. >> i'm dealing with china, i'm dealing with japan, i'm dealing with north korea, i'm dealing with all these different things. >> imagine how much more effective we can be as republican party not just for the president but as a country if they would really work with this president. >> forget about that, we've got a guy here that's very tough, very smart and he loves america. >> let's make sure we give a really extra special thanks to the moms. i had a great mother, she's looking down now, but i had a great mother, i always loved mother's day. clayton: look at that. abby: they are going to shave it with truffle on top.
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>> if you were thinking, i want to do something special for mom, the recipe from del mnonaco. i'm going to give it to our favorite mom this morning. >> oh, my gosh, i'm going to enjoy every bite. >> you need a fork. >> i love it. peter: rick serving up food. abby: like a cave man. peter: a 30-second segment and i didn't have enough time to eat. abby: you figured it out. abby: we have amazing people out there. peter: yeah, happy mother's day. clayton: another big story we have been following you which is the fbi director, the president
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now saying he will quickly move to name a new fbi director. he will be on the vatican on thursday. peter: we've got a number of who interviewed on saturday, mike rogers and others, senator john cornyn, they are narrowing down the list. abby: a lot of impressive people on the list. so it's important. clayton: one name we heard too on fox news sunday mike lee is on, one of his sessions is the former supreme court nominee under president obama and whose name escapes me right now. peter: merrick garland. not going to happen. abby: he's a conservative from my state of utah.
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peter: the media is attacking no matter what and they have been attacking on the firing of james comey and who he appoints as fbi director but there are also rumors on the calm side, criticism that wasn't handled properly, it happened so fast, how do you react to that, the president respond last night. >> first of all, you have a level of hostility that's incredible and it's very unfair. sarah huckabee is a lovely young woman. you know sean spicer. he's a wonderful human being. >> is he your press secretary today and tomorrow? >> yes, he is. he's doing a good job but he gets beat up. >> will he be there tomorrow? abby: it wasn't a resounding, yes, he will be here for the indefinite future. the media is playing with this, snl. clayton: last night making fun of the fact that sarah huckabee
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sanders was in the podium. peter: because he was serving his country. clayton: this is their take on sean spicer. >> okay, good morning, guys, it's an honor to be here today for those who don't me yet my father is mike huckabee and my mother is a big southern hamburger. and yes, of course i'm hilarious like my daddy. i'm filling in for sean today a you know he's fulfilling duty as officer in the naval reserve and that's why he cannot be here. >> i'm pretty sure i can see him hiding in those bushes. [cheers and applause] >> i believe that's a naval exercise he's trying to blend in with surroundings. are there any more questions? abby: i know sarah huckabee sanders, she's a nice woman but also a tough woman and she knows how to give it right back to the media. people don't always know whose
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people's fathers are and related to. her father is governor huckabee of arkansas and we asked him about his daughter and take on snl. >> it's always flattery but i just wish they could make up stuff that was funny. my daughter can handle that, she's lived in the public life most all of her life. this is not new to her. reason she's good at the podium is he has three kids and it was really kind of like being mom to prepsychologicallers when she walked in there in the press corps and asking the same ones over and over expecting a different answer. clayton: i love his response, she's able to landle criticism and those who criticize are in the cheap seats and never take action and look for excuses. peter: the white house press?
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abby: she was raised in politics, she's used to this and strong woman. and president trump game commencement speech at liberty university. great message actually, take a listen to what he said. >> never ever give up. they'll be times in your life you'll want to quit and go home because to that wonderful mother that's sitting back there to you watching and say, mom, i can't do it, go back home and tell mom, dad, i can do it, i will do it. you're going to be successful. the fact is no one has ever achieved anything significant without a chorus of critics standing on the shrines explaining why it can't be done
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. there are people that can't get the job done but the future belongs to the dreamers not to the critics. peter: i love that message. clayton: you're not doing it right unless you have critics. peter: he sounded a lot like teddy roosevelt. abby: we have seen so many speeches get so political, commencement speeches, it was refreshing to get that message. we all need to hear it whether we are college age -- peter: you might have been wondering who is jerry. >> president jerry farwell. jon, jerry, i'm going to have to think about that, jerry. i don't know, jerry, this could
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be trouble, are you sure you know what you're doing. jerry auburn. jerry, i did it because i've been a friend of liberty. congratulations, jerry. clayton: he wasn't talking about jerry seinfeld. he was talking about the president. >> that's me. clayton: set the scene and 38,000 people there. how did it all play out? >> well, they've been calling for rain, wash-out, at 4:00 o'clock the rain moved out and the temperature was perfect. it was more like 50,000 people. 38,000 was our record in the past year but 50,000 showed up, every seat was filled, overflow, the crowd was standing and watching and he knocked it up of
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the park. it was such an inspirational speech and geared towards graduates and speaking directly to them, he was inspiring them and giving them words of wisdom, exactly what he hoped he would do and he -- the feedback from the liberty community is that it was the best commencement speech liberty has ever had and we've had a lot of phenomenal commencement speakers over the last 44 years and i think it'll go down in history as one of the greatest commencement speeches ever. abby: wow. peter: he talked a lot about faith as i know your institution is committed to. what is it about presidency that demonstrates or shows you commitment to the fact that we don't worship government, we wereship god? >> i went through a list of things that he's done already in four months, rebuilt the relationship between the united states and israel, he's appointed a strict constructionist conservative,
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pro-life supreme court neil gorsuch. more people of faith to his cabinet than any president in recent memory. he's bombed those in the middle east who are killing and persecuting christians and i really believe he's done more for the christian community and in four month's time than any other president in our lifetimes. abby: the speeches, they should be about the students, giving them advice they need to be successful or to live a good life. not everyone has handled it that way. some liberals have been on the speaking tour making it more about themselves and their own political views, take a listen to some of this. >> i'm trying to keep this apolitical but i can't help myself. the principle that no one in this country is above the law and we need a justice department not an obstruction justice department. >> whether we are talking about economic, whether we are talking about social justice, racial
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justice or global warming, if there was ever a time in history for a generation to be bold and to think big, to stand up and to fight back now is that time. >> does the world need you right now? the struggle is real out there? it's real. >> go out there, get in the way, get in trouble, good trouble, necessary trouble and make some noise. [cheers and applause] abby: gary, your thoughts? >> too many universities in our country have become democratic. i mean, they used to be into academic freedom now political correctness and that's really tragic for higher anythings this country. i was proud of our students, they treated bernie sanders with the same respect that they treated donald trump even though most of them agreed with trump and disagreed with sanders and
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that's the way it should be and yesterday instead of getting political the president actually announced for the first time our football schedule for 2018. peter: i saw that. >> we have been struggling to move to the sbs level, highest level, he talked about virginia, that's what he was joking about when he said, jerry, are you sure you know what you're doing because your boys are going to get bruised up. for the last few generations it's been a tradition that the new president would give his first commencement address at notre dame and we are so honored this president trump shows liberty commencement address and ended that tradition to some degree. we are so honored and humbled
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collusion here and that the donald trump presidency is illegitimate and this would have been the most unbelievable in receiver sense, international conspiracy in the history of modern politics, no. this is a story they've been concocting for months. if there was evidence of collusion, we would have heard it at this point. it's almost impossible to keep that inside even intelligence circles based on classification rules. also there's so little reason to believe that it would even be possible to pull this off despite all russian efforts, whether you think the russians were capable of this, it's just nonsense but they won't stop. clayton: david, getting to the bottom of what to buck's point? >> well, you know, i respect buck and i respect his experience but he hasn't cited to anything or any source within his old agency the cia or the fbi or the nsa that even had suggested that the conclusions of the intelligence community are incorrect.
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they're pretty much unanimity that russia engaged in illegal activity by hacking into the dnc's emails and interfering in our election. that is a conclusion that everyone inside the intelligence community believes and if you would read the intelligence community assessment it is very firm in its conclusions and while some people are now suddenly questioning those conclusions because they don't want an investigation to go forward, they have provided no evidence to suggest that those conclusions are incorrect. but this beg it is question, why don't we have an independent counsel or special commission to look at all of these issues, that's what we need, someone we can trust to do this investigation fairly in a neutral way? >> to say that it's unanimous, small percentage of anybody even in those agencies would have seen anything having to do with the russian investigation which i'm sure you know.
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the fact that we are being told this was a hand-picked group of individuals who would have been involved in the assessment itself, the assessment which i've read just said that russia wanted to do this and had an intention of helping one side, that doesn't tell us that it was successful in that and it doesn't tell us that the trump administration had anything to do with any of that, which is the narrative that we keep hearing, so pointing to the intention that's stated in a report that's based on an analytic assessment from a few people, much larger and vaster intelligence community that has uncertainties, i was in the cia office, there can be mistakes made even in the most elaborate assessments to have intelligence community. that's not a given, that's not the end of the story. >> david -- >> i worked at the state department and i also saw mistakes. but are you aware of any agency
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of great guests, happy mother's day. i know this has to be a heavy day for you, just a year ago you lost your son navy seal fighting in iraq. >> thanks, pete, for having me on. i really we wanted to tell a story and have the youth of our country remember him and that's why when he died after all the grief goes awai it doesn't go away but you start learning how to cope with it and i found my pictures that my mother and i had put into a book and had never published and my son always wanted me to publish it and i said, well, now is the time. peter: it's an amazing story of perseverance he and you. tell us a little bit about his time in uniform, if you would. >> his time in uniform, he was in iraq twice and afghanistan in his final mission was in iraq. peter: i think about men like him who brunt to hot spots around the world.
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so many gold star mothers like you who then come home and carry on the message of the brave men and women. tell us about the book and the message it entails and the story it tells about your young son. >> well, it tells about a little boy who is very small and that's how charlie was in high school when he was a freshman and had to run with boys that had ma dhuired in junior and senior year and would try really hard. if you get last or you aren't successful, it shows instead of quitting he worked hard for his goal and he decides to try to take his talent not only iu college but also to become a navy seal and that's really the story. it has a happy ending. the only clue you would know in the back it says i'm a gold star mom so parents don't have to say what happened to charlie. peter: what a powerful story of
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perseverance. you took him on his first run in second gead? >> i went and did a 5h. and he really wanted to do it with me. i said, okay, let me put the number on and whenever you need to walk just tell me and he never walked and i realized he had a talent. i think that's really important for participants to find their children's talent because it changed his life. peter: i know a lot of second graders. i don't know many that can run a 5k. impressive for sure. he wanted you to publish and talked about before. can you hear me? >> no, i can't, sorry. peter: if you can hear me now, this is a book that he wanted to see you publish? >> yes, he did. i never thought i would publish it when he's not here and it's weird, it's strange. the really amazing thing is the few books that i've already sold i've had people writing me beautiful notes and sending me videos of their children as soon as they read it they're running around the house and running
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around the backyard and there's comments about kids and pictures of all their children reading books. it's just been so wonderful for me specially on mother's day to get the messages. peter: i believe the book was also illustrated by your mother. >> yes, i would love to tell her mother's day, she's in arizona and can't be here. she did a wonderful job and i'm so proud of her. peter: what would your message be out there as someone who has given so much? >> we would never forget those mother who is are deployed as well as spouse that is are deployed because today is kind of a tough day for everybody but, you know, if you're inspired by something just follow your dreams and i really we wanted to get charlie's story to continue because every time a book sells, it's like he's still alive. peter: absolutely, charlie, killed a year ago, his mother
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carries on his story. the book is called big hearted charlie runs the mile. i feel a feeling you will see a few more of them and we certainly hope so. thank you so much. >> thank you, thank you, i appreciate it. peter: clayton, abby, over to you abby: so powerful. clayton: maria bartiromo sat with senator paul earlier this week. she's here to breaking down the spying scandal and break it now open. abby: college cry babies who destruct their own campuses, one university is dedicating entire dorm to macro aggression.
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♪ ♪ ♪ abby: to all our staff. [laughter] >> there they are.
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♪ ♪ ♪ abby: with his mom neomi and wife and cute son. peter: along his mom joanne and favorite tv host. abby: where are we? come on. [laughter] abby: executive producer. >> fox's maria bartiromo with her mother josephine. maria: happy mother's day, mom. clayton: when you had a pretty impressive interview with senator rand paul and we learned from that interview or you learned in the wake of it that donald trump and rand paul may not have been the only
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individuals surveilled under the obama administration. maria: yeah, it was pretty incredible. rand paul, the statement he made on the show on thursday fox news. i was anchoring the 2:00 o'clock show. i've hald reporters and lawyers told me that i've been surveilled. listen to this, here is the sound bite. >> i've gotten two reporters that came up who said they have multiple sources, some of this has been published already saying that the obama administration was looking at my private information and rumors of other people who ran for president as well. i'm trying to get to the bottom of this. i've asked the white house to look at all the previous obama administration people to see if they were searching my name or masking me in any way. i know a senator that was surveilled by the obama administration. abby: that's really something. maria: i have checked with ted
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cruz and i don't think that's ted cruz. marco rubio or graham. abby: why would rand paul say something like that this, he doesn't need to be talking about this. maria: can you tell me the other senator who was surveilled? you have to try. that person will reveal the information when they are ready but i can tell you for sure we have 100% confirmation. you ask why jim comey was fired. when you think about the fact that we have been following and talking about this sherade investigation calling russia-trump collusion ten months and started at the democratic national convention when debbie wasserman schultz was pushed out. no information about leaks which we know is illegal for a national security adviser,
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former national security adviser to leak information to the washington post but no investigation. so, i mean, the president had to get rid of jim comey. peter: you do such a great job making news and getting people, how many other networks are going to cover this? maria: that's the thing, you don't see it anywhere. i said, wait a minute. we were up against a hard break. i wanted to push him but i couldn't it. the wall street journal wrote about it and you saw twitter fired up about it because people recognize this is big stuff the obama administration surveilling and wiretapping and spiring on candidates on election. clayton: you have a big show coming up in about 23 minutes. you have newt gringrich who said we should get rid of white house press briefings. maria: i can't believe he said that. we also have jim coming up, former assistant trecter --
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director of the fbi. he has watched the fbi change from being independently so unfortunately politicized. we will talk about that as well. abby: great show. peter: washington post says democracy dies in darkness. abby: thank you so much, maria, have a great show. maria: thank you so much. abby: tensions rising between the u.s. and north korea this morning the white house urgently calling for tougher sanctions after north korea fires another test missile. the white house releasing a statement speculating russia's response saying this, with the missile impacts so close to russian soil, closer to russia and japan the president cannot imagine that russia is pleased. the missile traveling 500 miles and reached unusually high altitude of flight pattern indicating a new type of missile . >> they blocked immigration agents from entering because they fail today show a warrant
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and the incident coming two months after cities ordered to prohibit immigration officers from entering school ground without warrant and liberals getting safe space on campus to avoid being triggered by discrimination. school justice dorm, they'll be separated into three sections, lgptqia, students passionate about diversity for one and one for black-identified students along with all their allies, dorms open this fall. i'm still confused about all of that. peter: yeah, lots of aggression. abby: there's this morning. derek jeter set to be immortalized. several of his former teammates will be in attendance but alex rogd, the two have said they've had a frosty relationship. he will be in miami spending mother's day with his mom.
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there's got to be more there. maybe. clayton: sometimes there's not. let's check with rick who is standing by outside with a look at the forecast, hey, rick. >> is it a little warmer? we are going to be looking at warm temperatures, into the 80's. we have a bit of a gloomy day. we are going to see scattered showers move on through, improvement from yesterday. down in the southeast, beautiful day, hot temperatures again and dryer in florida and northern plains, very warm beautiful mother's day, get red -- ready. take a look at this. can you put down here, original eggs benedict comes from this restaurant. how great is that? >> that's awesome.
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i'm very lucky. there's so much history. first restaurant to allow woman to congregate. first restaurant to use table clothes, first restaurant to use the word astronaut. >> wow. go down there. all right, guys, we will send it back to you and giving more food out. abby: i didn't know that benedict came after a couple that was named benedict. peter: i will be out there to eat. i'm not a mother. abby: it's not about you. clayton: let's honor pete hegseth. pete: let's not, for sure. president trump putting media on notice, it's a threat to government accountability. well, we are talking to association president jeff mason next. abby: liberal lawmakers getting political at commencement ceremonies across the country. >> i'm trying to keep this apolitical but i can't help myself.
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abby: personal development larry has advice for the past 2017 that commencement speakers deliberately left out
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the media on notice. >> when we have those press conferences, i actually said we shouldn't have them because sarah huckabee -- >> a hundred years we've been doing this. you can't put an end to that. >> they are getting higher ratings on those press conferences. >> would you seriously consider stopping the press sessions? >> we do it through a different way. >> how? >> piece of paper with perfectly accurately beautiful answer.
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abby: you never know what he might say next? firing back and slamming the move as a threat to government accountability. president of the association and reuters white house correspondent jeff mason joins us. >> nice to be here. abby: president trump saying, i'm not going, i'm going to hold my own event in pennsylvania, rally myself. what do you make of the latest statement from the president? >> well, it's hard to interpret whether or not that it's something that they're seriously considering or not but what i said in my statement and what i would repeat today on behalf of the correspondent association is we value those briefings and there's a reason for that. journalists have a job to do every day and that's to ask questions and ask questions of people at the highest levels of power and authority in the u.s. government and the briefings are one of the main places where we can do that at the white house, we would object to any move to take them raway. pete: part of whiews correspondent dinner, this president has been more open than previous presidents, the
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criticism isn't access, his criticism is we say things and they get twisted in ways that are unprecedented. he calls it fake news, you call it something else. does he not have a fair criticism specially compared to the obama administration that this press woken up to investigative responsibility and going after him no matter what? >> first of all at the correspondent dinner i didn't say he provided more access. i didn't make a comparison. i said the access has been good and i has. something that we find very valuable, the opportunity to the into the oval office and ask president trump questions and to have briefings. as far as the role of the press, look, this was played in the clip before. there's been briefings for a hundred years in the white house and the press has carried role on probing questions regardless of who is in power, whether it's a democrat or republican, whether it's controversial news or whether it's not. pete: ben rhodes bragged that reporters would happily report
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talking points almost unchanged. totally flipped under president trump. would you not acknowledge that? >> ben rhodes does not speak to the white house press corps. he speaks to himself. abby: the way the president describes it is hostile. >> you know what, every president would be what they would not like to see. i had an interesting role being on the other side occasionally and seen stories written about the correspondent association. that's part of the big and part of the job. i'm not comparing that to being president of the united states, that's not even close to apples to apples. it's our job not to provide coverage that leaders and office wants to do, it's our job to do coverage that's facts and
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questions people in power. abby: that reporters have been as accurate as they could possibly be? >> you know what, i can't speak for every single reporter, how they cover the news. i can speak for the correspondence association and the right of journalists to be in the white house press briefing room, that right and that principle is protected by the first amendment and that's what we are speaking of. pete: the volume and hyperbole differently, would you acknowledge that there's an overwhelming left-wing bias that's going after someone they see counter of their own values? >> it's not my place to discuss left-wing or right-wing bias. it depends where people get their news. be aware of where they are getting their news and who the reporters are and who the networks or who the newspapers are.
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i do think it's important for journalists to recognize that there is a responsibility to correct your mistakes if you make them and it's certainly very important to me as a journalist to report news neutrally and without any bias, i would hope that my colleagues are doing this same and largely in the press corps it's our job and responsibility to ask those questions and report to consumers of news whether they are supporters of president trump or democrats, that makes no difference. abby: thanks for being with us. pete: liberal lawmakers getting political at commencement ceremonies across the country. >> i'm trying to keep this apolitical but i can't help myself. [cheers and applause] pete: she just can't help herself. life advice for the graduates, that was somehow left out in otherwise political speeches.
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>> our elected officials are increasingly working only for the few, the very wealthy, it is your world, your future that's on the line. clayton: commencement speeches were happening around the country. pete: here is pitbull of advice. >> i think they need a little less politics and real advice to take them into the job market. clayton: let's break down five
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of them. abby: life isn't fair. >> you know, life isn't fair, in fact, don't expect it to be, that's one of the problems and don't even want it to be. it's the unfairness of life that makes you work harder and end up being better, don't worry about fairness. abby: amen to that. clayton: you might not get the job. that's hard for the kids to hear. >> yeah, you don't always get the job you want, rarely do you get that, you don't get the one you think you deserve or qualified for but you still take the job, get any job, go to work. pete: no doubt. how about a focus on self-reliance. >> instead of other reliance, people are graduating from college and they've been taught pretty much in college that someone is going to take care of you, up until now your parents have taken care of you, the school has taken care of you, created safe zones so no one can hurt your feelings, you expect the government to take care of you and your employer to take care of you. now you need to realize it's up
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to you to take care of yourself. abby: i love this one for millennials. practice gratitude. >> instead of indignation, you know, so much indignation around this is what i deserve. you deserve what you've got. that's the way it really is. get over it and instead be grateful for the myriad of opportunities that exist out there but don't be indignant about the things you deserve and you're not getting. clayton: you aren't the smartest person simply because you have a degree. [laughter] abby: well said. >> everybody that graduates, i would say congratulations, but i would also say big deal, now you've entered the real world and there's a lot of people with a lot of life experience, you learn from them and remember the street smarts always trumps books smarts. abby: great to have you this morning. clayton: more "fox & friends" in two moipts. we will
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abby: very special mother's day to fox producer, they welcomed j.j. olivia. have a great sunday. ♪ ♪ ♪ maria: good morning, the president could take a new fbi director by the end of this upcoming week. the white house's revised travel ban back in court tomorrow morning. hi, everybody, happy mother's day, thanks for joining us. i'm maria bartiromo, this is sunday morning futuresment full speed ahead for interviews to replace james comey as head of the fbi. where does the bureau go from here? former house speaker newt gringrich and james will be here live for that. plus a closer look at allegations that the obama administration spied on rand paul and at least one other senator, then widespread voter

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